(Portland, OR) -- Oregon State Police says it may have to cut hundreds of jobs due to a loss in revenue. The law enforcement agency says it could be forced to eliminate 199 positions by July. The agency says its forecast revenue for May is down by three-billion-dollars. The agency is also expecting to lose some funding with Governor Kate Brown's anticipated 27-million-dollar budget cuts to state agencies. Oregon State Police says it is awaiting next Wednesday's revenue forecast before making any final decisions.